It is said that rapper Enchanting has died at the age of 26. Sister Kay Jay of the artist talked about her brother or sister on social media on Tuesday. On X,

which used to be Twitter, Kay Jay wrote an emotional post about Enchanting, whose real name is Channing Nicole Larry.The two made kissy faces at each other in a mirror while they posed for the picture. “I love you girl,” she wrote under the picture.

A different rapper named CJ Kasino posted a picture of Enchanting on Instagram, which seemed to confirm the news that she had died. “They pulled the plug, bro. This st is so fked up I knew you were going to pull a throw.” “You gone Forever Be Stop6 Princess & Kasino First Lady.” Many fans sent well wishes under Kay Jay’s heartfelt selfie that said “SO SORRY.” “I’m so sorry for your loss, I’m praying for your healing,” a friend wrote. “So sorry for your loss,” said a second. “Praying for your family.” “Man, I’ve liked her since 2018,” said a third person, adding a bunch of broken heart emojis. A fourth said, “Be strong and keep your head up.” VERY SCARY SETTING – A lot of news outlets said on Monday that the rapper was taken to the hospital and put in the intensive care unit. It was neither said nor proven that she was in the ICU. Kay Jay wrote on X at the time that her sister was still alive.The Enchanting is still alive!!! Just keep praying and don’t listen to the man who is trying to tell someone else’s story!!!!” A BIT MORE ABOUT ENCHANTING – Enchanting got her start in the music business in 2016 when she put out her first mixtape, Love & Drugs. She was signed to Gucci Mane’s label 1017 in 2020 and used to work with her. After two years, she put out her album No Luv, which had songs with Gucci Mane and other rappers like Coi Leray and KenTheMan. Over 124,000 people listen to her music every month on Spotify, and her song “No Luv” has been played over 6 million times. HOW GUCCI REPLY – Gucci Mane made a statement after the news spread on social media. “So sad to have to say R.I.P to such a great young lady a true star we gone all miss you Chant,” he added. He also shared a picture of Enchanting with his wife Keyshia Ka’oir Davis, who wrote, “D**n Chant! “This one shocked me. I knew you were going to make it through when I heard the news. I’m really sorry! Rest in peace! “We love you.”

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